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John Krizanc (born 1956) is a Canadian playwright who established an international reputation with his non-linear work, Tamara. Its Toronto production (directed by Richard Rose) won him a Dora Mavor Moore Award in 1982.
Tamara premiered at Strachan House in Trinity-Bellwoods Park, Toronto, Ontario, Canada on May 8, 1981 and was published as a book the same year.
His other plays include:
- Crimes of Innocence, 1976
- Uterine Knights, 1979
- Prague, 1984
- The Half of It, 1989 ISBN 0-88784-501-0 (Anansi)
- "TOPICS OF THE TIMES; TAMARA AND TAMARA AND TAMARA . ." The New York Times. 17 January 1988. p. 26. Retrieved 3 March 2011.
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